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"A" Camp 2017

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"A" Camp 2017 is here!

Campus Recreation Youth Programs will continue their decades-long tradition of providing excellent care for children ages 5-11 as well as engaging opportunities for Counselors in Training (CITs) ages 12-15. Over the course of 10 weeks (May 30- August 4), campers will have the opportunity to participate in games and activities, explore the UA campus and learn from guest speakers, as we have always done. 

This summer we are continuing our popular Voyager Program, an optional aspect of camp available at minimal additional costs. Voyager Programs consist of swim lessons, allowing parents to sign their children up for instruction during camp hours, as well as chaperoned trips to various local attractions. Our trained counselors will accompany groups of children to places like the Reid Park Zoo, Rocks N Ropes, Pima Air & Space Museum, Get Air, Color Me Mine and more!

 

Weekly themes

Week Dates Theme Dress-up Days (Fridays) Voyager Programs (days/times vary)
1 5/30 - 6/2 (No camp on 5/29) Wildcats Assemble! Go all out in your red and blue to show your UA spirit! Reid Park Zoo, Pima Air & Space Museum
2 6/5-6/9 Under the Sea Show us how deep your creativity goes with a dive into closet for an ocean-themed outfit! Captain Underpants (Movie), Get Air, Color Me Mine, Swim Lessons
3 6/12-6/16 Mad Science Week Science covers everything from aliens to doctors so there are no limits this week! Peter Piper Pizza, Tucson Children's Museum, Rocks & Ropes, Swim Lessons
4 6/19-6/23 "A" Camp's Got Talent Come ready to rock this week dressed as your favorite rock star, or one you create yourself!  Cars 3 (Movie), Skate Country, Lucky Strike, Swim Lessons
5 6/26-6/30 Wildcat Wizardry Dress up as a fantasy character from your favorite book, tv show, movie or game! Pump It Up, Chuck E. Cheese, International Wildlife Museum, Swim Lessons
6 7/3-7/7 (No camp on 7/4) Red, White & Blue Let's see your patriotic spirit by dressing up in red, white and blue! Despicable Me 3 (Movie), Golf n Stuff, Reid Park Zoo
7 7/10-7/14 The League of Extraordinary Campers Marvel us with your superhero style! Get Air, Spiderman: Homecoming (Movie), Skate Country, Swim Lessons
8 7/17-7/21 A Galaxy Far, Far Away Whether you're a Jedi or a Sith, show us your out of this world attire! Color Me Mine, Rocks & Ropes, Lucky Strike, Swim Lessons
9 7/24-7/28 Once Upon a Time in the West Saddle up for our first Dress Up Day sporting your Western best. Yeehaw! Peter Piper Pizza, Pump It Up, International Wildlife Museum, Swim Lessons
10 7/31-8/4 Around the World Use your imagination to create an outfit to take you on an international adventure! Tucson Children's Museum, Chuck E. Cheese

The days on which the field trips will take place are tentative and may vary depending on enrollment, destination pricing and the "A" Camp program schedule. The days will be finalized before each week.

 

SPECIAL OFFERS

Campus Recreation Youth Programs is proud to offer a limited time discount off any week(s) of our summer "A" Camp. Register before May 1 to receive $25 off every week you register your camper(s) for. The discount will be taken automatically at checkout.

We also offer an automatic sibling discount of 10% off any child you register after the first one. 

 

CAMP INFORMATION

Further details can be found under each session page. Upon registration, you will receive paperwork that is to be completed before your child(ren)'s first week of camp. Non-refundable deposits can be placed on weeks of camp in order to hold your spot(s). If you are interested in morning or afternoon half-days, please contact Samantha Wallace, Youth and Activities Coordinator, at swallac3@email.arizona.edu or (520) 621-6891.

 

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